Shock loss after hair transplant, referring to temporary hair shedding in both the donor and recipient areas. Typically occurring within the first few weeks post-surgery, it can be alarming but is a natural part of the healing process. The trauma induced by the transplant procedure sends some existing hair follicles into a resting phase. However, this is temporary, and new hair growth usually begins within a few months. Proper post-operative care, including prescribed medications and avoiding stressors, can minimize shock loss. Understanding that this phase is transient is crucial for patients, as regrowth will follow, leading to the desired long-term results.